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Anti-Bullying

Anti-Bullying

Anti-Bullying

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Feeling safe and happy at school

At Parklands Primary School, we want to make sure that you feel looked after, safe and happy when you are in and out of school. We also want you to feel confident to seek support from school should you ever feel unsafe. Bullying of any kind is not tolerated and is unacceptable at our school.

 

We can help you by:

  • Helping you to know what bullying is and how to spot it.
  • Teaching you what to do if you feel like you are being bullied, or if someone else is being bullied.
  • Telling you the names of grownups you can speak to.
  • Being there to help and support you, to make things better

 

You can stop bullying by:

At Parklands Primary, we stand united against bullying. As a responsible and compassionate student, you have the power to make a difference. If you witness bullying, take a brave step forward. Speak up and tell a teacher or trusted adult. Be a friend to those who need support, and include everyone in your activities. Treat others as you want to be treated – with kindness and respect. Remember, by being a role model and choosing kindness, you’re actively creating a safe and inclusive environment where every child can thrive

 

Who can help me in school?

Any of the adults in school will help you, including your teachers or you may want to go one of these adults.

 

We are all here to listen to you.

Types of unwelcome acts of bullying might include:

Physical – hitting, kicking, tripping up, pinching, pushing or damaging property

Verbal – name calling, insults, teasing, ‘jokes’, mocking, taunting, gossiping, secrets and threats.

Non-verbal – staring, body language, gestures, posturing.

Indirect – excluding / leaving people out, spreading rumours and stories, emails, chat rooms, messaging phones, notes, making rude gestures or faces.

Racist – name calling, or negative comments about race, culture or religion

Online bullying or Cyberbullying – any of those actions above that take place online through digital devices e.g., mobile phones, computers and tablets.

CEOP

Support with online bullying and online safety

Childline

0800 1111

MindMate

Worried about bullying? – help and advice

Anti-Bullying Alliance